Megon McDonough at the Stained Glass Coffeehouse
Born in Crystal Lake, Ill., to an Irish-Catholic family with nine theatrically-inspired children, Megon McDonough was inspired to play the guitar and sing after watching The Beatles on Ed Sullivan. She wrote her first song at the age of 11.
By the age of 17, she was opening for such folk acts as John Denver, Steve Martin and Harry Chapin. She has performed on stages as diverse as Carnegie Hall and the Cellar Door. Megon is best known for her work as an inaugural member of the folk group The Four Bitchin' Babes, which allowed her wit and folk sensibilities to comment on the ups and downs of everyday life. To date, Megon has 13 solo albums to her credit, and is best known for her song "Amazing Things." Megon classifies her music as folk/cabaret, citing her love of theater and jazz as the reason for the unusual mix.
In addition to her singing career, Megon has also had an acclaimed acting career. She received rave reviews for playing Patsy Cline in "Always Patsy Cline," has appeared in Pump Boys and Dinettes and was recently seen in "Forever Prine" at the Viaduct Theater in Chicago.
Megon lives in Northfield, IL, and currently serves as the Director of Music for the Unity Northwest Church in Des Plaines, IL.
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Deerfield, IL 60015
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